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Business ecosystem modeling- the hybrid of system modeling and ecological modeling: an application of the smart grid

Zheng Ma
2019 Energy Informatics  
The reason for choosing the smart grid domain is because the smart grid is a well-defined and structured domain with a series of matured standards.  ...  Therefore, there is the need for a unified ontology as a standard that can be used for a specific domain, e.g. smart grid (Cuenca et al. 2017) .  ...  Availability of data and materials Data sharing not applicable to this article as no datasets were generated or analyzed during the current study. Ethics approval Not applicable.  ... 
doi:10.1186/s42162-019-0100-4 fatcat:slkkybes5nc2bjxk47obsog6ua

Rapid Prototyping of Multi-Functional Battery Energy Storage System Applications

Claudia Zanabria, Filip Andrén, Johannes Kathan, Thomas Strasser
2018 Applied Sciences  
They provide a manifold of services for fulfilling demands and requests from diverse stakeholders, such as distribution system operators, energy market operators, aggregators but also end-users.  ...  This paper analyzes the complexity of the EMS development process resulting from an evolving power utility automation.  ...  Smart Grid Domain Models The EMS-ontology is aligned with smart grid domain standards to provide a broadly accepted generic use case representation, covering requirement R1.  ... 
doi:10.3390/app8081326 fatcat:ljhf3djh45csxipvgmkhb7drjq

The Application of Ontologies in Multi-Agent Systems in the Energy Sector: A Scoping Review

Zheng Ma, Mette Jessen Schultz, Kristoffer Christensen, Magnus Værbak, Yves Demazeau, Bo Nørregaard Jørgensen
2019 Energies  
A scoping review of the existing literature on ontology for multi-agent systems in the energy domain is conducted.  ...  This paper presents an overview of the application of multi-agent systems (MAS) and ontologies in the energy domain with five aspects of the definition of agent and MAS; MAS applied in the energy domain  ...  to create large-scale smart grid scenarios [63] • MASGriP (Multi-Agents Smart Grid Simulation Platform): models the internal operation of a smart grid with the consideration of all involved players  ... 
doi:10.3390/en12163200 fatcat:vxnbvazapbgxfd5kd2sg2o6bcm

A Cloud-Based Platform for Service Restoration in Active Distribution Grids

Maliheh Haghgoo, Alberto Dognini, Antonello Monti
2022 IEEE transactions on industry applications  
the energy domain.  ...  The platform performances, measured as network latency and computation time, ensures the feasibility of the proposed solution, constituting a reference for the next deployments of smart energy platforms  ...  In the core of SARGON ontology, different types of devices in the smart energy domain are defined, which are either grid or buildingrelated, to extend SAREF ontology.  ... 
doi:10.1109/tia.2022.3142661 fatcat:4waqrllyo5cdbidatd74fgktvu

An Event-Based Resource Management Framework for Distributed Decision-Making in Decentralized Virtual Power Plants

Jianchao Zhang, Boon-Chong Seet, Tek Lie
2016 Energies  
However, the above resource modeling focuses on ICT domain and lacks knowledge in other domains that are required by the Smart Grid.  ...  can be also active Smart Grid participants.  ...  Conflicts of Interest: The authors declare no conflict of interest. Energies 2016, 9, 595  ... 
doi:10.3390/en9080595 fatcat:p6iv2inpubbfpazxu5a4nqic3u

Towards an ontology driven approach for systems interoperability and energy management in the smart city

Paolo Brizzi, Dario Bonino, Alberto Musetti, Alexandr Krylovskiy, Edoardo Patti, Mathias Axling
2016 2016 International Multidisciplinary Conference on Computer and Energy Science (SpliTech)  
The paper will describe the ontology-driven approach, as well as the actual design, exploited to model the physical world within the context of this project, adding a special emphasis on the state of art  ...  distribution grids and user behaviors.  ...  A. Electrical sub-domain Electric energy consumption is one of the most important aspects modelled in the smart home domain.  ... 
doi:10.1109/splitech.2016.7555948 fatcat:ndhbdy5mnje2lkck6lmrvdef6y

D6.3 Semantic data model and connectivity with smart-grid

Iker Esnaola-Gonzalez
2021 Zenodo  
Report and software describing the semantic data model and REACT connection with smart-grid services  ...  Smart Grid Connectivity Moving towards a grid with a large number of distributed energy resources (DER), challenges arise to ensure grid stability and reliability.  ...  upper ontology or foundation ontology, general, or cross domain ontology) represent very general concepts which are independent of a specific domain or problem such as time, space, and events. • Domain  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.7125398 fatcat:rr66fjehavfwzghvqreagdzaku

A semantic web approach to uplift decentralized household energy data [article]

Jiantao Wu, Fabrizio Orlandi, Tarek AlSkaif, Declan O'Sullivan, Soumyabrata Dev
2022 arXiv   pre-print
This article tackles the data isolation issue in the field of smart energy systems by examining Semantic Web methods on top of a household energy system.  ...  We offer an ontology-based approach for managing decentralized data at the device-level resolution in a system.  ...  Our study is inspired by prior ontologies for smart energy systems, but it focuses on the decentralized household energy systems as well as ease of inclusion of cross-domain impacts (e.g. climate domain  ... 
arXiv:2208.10265v2 fatcat:mqksqmlphvhfteq4heufgvfjhy

Energy Management System(EMS)-Framework [article]

Claudia Zanabria
2020 Zenodo  
Energy Management System Ontology (EMS-Ontology). This ontology represents an EMS use case by using concepts from the SmartGridApplicationModel (SGAM) and other automation/smart grid standards.  ...  A full simulation to carry out the design and implementation of the BESS application is done in Matlab-Simulink.  ...  The cornerstone of this approach is an ontology (EMS-ontology) that reflects a common understanding of information and function domains of smart grid applications.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.3969435 fatcat:nh3u3myyfzf3xcmag4c2m63qru

Towards a bottom-up development of reference architectures for smart energy systems

Maximilian Irlbeck, Denis Bytschkow, Georg Hackenberg, Vasileios Koutsoumpas
2013 2013 2nd International Workshop on Software Engineering Challenges for the Smart Grid (SE4SG)  
This paper illustrates the challenges connected with the creation of reference architectures for smart energy systems, delineates their benefits and suggests a model and method for their incremental, bottom-up  ...  Smart energy systems seem a promising choice for countries worldwide to realign their power systems to the challenges predicted for the next decades.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGMENT The authors address special thanks to the consortium of the project E-Energy and to the German Ministry of Economics and Technology.  ... 
doi:10.1109/se4sg.2013.6596106 dblp:conf/icse/IrlbeckBHK13 fatcat:spqshnmj5vhf7o2n7oil5sxega

Ontology-Based Resource Description and Discovery Framework for Low-Carbon Grid Networks [chapter]

K Nguyen, A Daouadji, M Lemay, M Cheriet
2012 Communication and Networking in Smart Grids  
Using smart grids to build low carbon networks is one of the most challenging topics in ICT (Information and Communication Technologies) industry.  ...  Smart grid techniques are deployed to migrate data centers among network nodes according to energy source availabilities, thus CO 2 emissions are reduced to minimal.  ...  smart grid networks.  ... 
doi:10.1201/b11897-8 fatcat:rts2y3xwabhbhiebouumeqaaem

Ontology-Based Resource Description and Discovery Framework for Low Carbon Grid Networks

A. Daouadji, K.-K. Nguyen, M. Lemay, M. Cheriet
2010 2010 First IEEE International Conference on Smart Grid Communications  
Using smart grids to build low carbon networks is one of the most challenging topics in ICT (Information and Communication Technologies) industry.  ...  Smart grid techniques are deployed to migrate data centers among network nodes according to energy source availabilities, thus CO 2 emissions are reduced to minimal.  ...  smart grid networks.  ... 
doi:10.1109/smartgrid.2010.5622090 fatcat:6cds6j7ukzf67pjz333wlzgkbe

A Prosumer-Oriented, Interoperable, Modular and Secure Smart Home Energy Management System Architecture

Pedro Gonzalez-Gil, Juan Antonio Martinez, Antonio Skarmeta
2022 Smart Cities  
Together with the increase of Smart Home automation and the need to manage the energy-related interaction between home energy consumers and Smart Grid through different Demand Response approaches, home  ...  This work proposes a modular architecture for building a Smart Home Energy Management System, integrable with existing Home Automation Systems, that considers the use of standard interfaces for data communication  ...  Power peaks with Smart Home Energy Management System. Figure 21 . 21 Figure 21. Grid energy import comparison. Table 1 . 1 Ontology summary. Table 2 . 2 Complementary ontologies.  ... 
doi:10.3390/smartcities5030053 fatcat:gqb37e2asbgxfmzzibgvb6bsoa

Integrating building and urban semantics to empower smart water solutions

Shaun Howell, Yacine Rezgui, Thomas Beach
2017 Automation in Construction  
This paper proposes a smart domain water ontology, and a software platform which uses this to integrate services.  ...  It would also be beneficial to reuse the domain independent aspects of models from the power and smart city domains, and to adopt a similar modeling approach.  ...  Acknowledgments The authors would like to acknowledge the financial support of the European Commission under the FP7 WISDOM (grant number 619795) project, as well as the EPSRC and BRE (PhD award reference  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.autcon.2017.02.004 fatcat:d4fov3vc6zhrzjoqwibdxgwequ

Towards the next generation of smart grids: Semantic and holonic multi-agent management of distributed energy resources

Shaun Howell, Yacine Rezgui, Jean-Laurent Hippolyte, Bejay Jayan, Haijiang Li
2017 Renewable & Sustainable Energy Reviews  
This includes a discussion of modern concepts such as 'smart grid', 'microgrid', 'virtual power plant' and 'multi-energy system', and the relationships between them, as well as the trends towards distributed  ...  Each of these emerging urban energy concepts holds merit when applied within a centralized grid paradigm, but very little research applies these approaches within the emerging energy landscape typified  ...  Acknowledgements The authors would like to acknowledge the financial support of the European Commission under the FP7 RESILIENT (grant number 314671) and MAS2TERING (grant number 619682) projects, as well  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.rser.2017.03.107 fatcat:rwbvderau5estlsfoexoqzo2za
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